Chiswell Earthworks, Isle of Portland

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  • Chiswell Earthworks. The boulders tipped over the cliff edge are quarrying waste from the 18th/19th century. (Not my photo but is freely usable.)
  • Chiswell Earthworks just below, and the view of Chesil Beach etc, with Quiddles Cafe seen on the promenade.
  • The Chiswell Earthworks and the view.
  • A view of Chiswell Earthworks and across the area from along the cliff coastal path along the west side of Portland.

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“Chiswell Earthworks”

published 07/05/2013

ProGreat views, interesting open-space 'artwork', tid...

ConsAn often overlooked attraction on the Isle of Port...

Chiswell Earthworks is a land sculpture, located on the Isle of Portland, Dorset, England. It is found close to the village of Chiswell and Chesil Beach, at the end of the promenade sea wall, towards West Weares. It was created by John Maine RA, between 1986 and 1993. The Earthworks were one of...

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